CardReader_Broadcom_1.0.0.250_W8x64/IA32/Silent.txt Driver File Contents (

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                        Silent Install Readme Note

This note shows the different line commands to run unattended "silent" install/Uninstall(s) for the Broadcom Card Reader Driver Installer.

- All commands are case sensitive      
- User must "Run as Administrator" for Windows Vista when using "msiexec" for "silent" install/uninstall(s).

Silent Install or Upgrade from within the installer source folder:
setup /s /v/qn

Silent Uninstall from any folder:
msiexec /x "{67AA948F-8D83-4566-B84A-7CAABCF64E3F}" /qn

Silent Reinstall of the same installer:
setup /s /v"/qn REINSTALL=ALL"

GUI Reinstall of the same installer:

Silent Install AND create a log file at (f:\1testlog.txt):
setup /s /v"/qn /L f:\1testlog.txt"

Silent Install by individual driver on IA32 Platforms:  Use the ADDSOURCE to include any of the features listed below.
setup /s /v"/qn ADDSOURCE=MemorySticki32,SecureDigitali32,XDPicturei32"

Silent Install by individual driver on AMD64/EM64T Platforms:
setup /s /v"/qn ADDSOURCE=MemorySticka64,SecureDigitala64,XDPicturea64"

If performing a silent upgrade or uninstall, please make sure you do a manual reboot afterwards to avoid leaving the system in an 
inconsistent state.

During silent upgrade or uninstall, your system may reboot automatically.  If you wish to suppress the reboot, please append 
REBOOT=ReallySuppress to the end of the corresponding upgrade or uninstall command listed above. 
Note that for setup command, please use:   setup /s /v"/qn REBOOT=ReallySuppress"

In some circumstances, reboot is required before uninstallation can continue. If you used REBOOT=ReallySuppress to suppress the reboot, 
the uninstallation may be suspended. You will need to reboot manually for the uninstallation to continue.

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